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TrikeBuggy Foot Straps

Foot Straps
$29.00


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TrikeBuggy Innovations:
   A-Assists
   Low Hangpoint Kit
   "Slider" Back Axle
   Foot Steering Kit
   Foot Straps
   Embroidered Back Pad
   Stainless Power Loops
   Chromoly Power Loops
   Comfort Bar Adapters
   Riser Guides
   Hip Clamps
   Motor Clamps
   Velcro Straps
   Hang Straps

The TrikeBuggy Foot Straps can be used in two ways - They can be used to hold the heel of your boot during launch and flight while your foot is on the front wheel steering bars.

They can also be used to hold the arch of your boot if you have longer legs and lay them over the pegs. This is also helpful, since it limits the throw of the front wheel from hyperactive leg activity.

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